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    Redox-isomeric coordination compounds, in which the magnetic and optical properties could be varied by a stimulated intramolecular electron transfer between the metal and a redox-active ligand, are of interest for several applications in catalysis and materials science. In this work, the redox chemistry of cobalt complexes with redox-active bisguanidine ligands is studied; systematic modifications at the redox-active bisguanidine and the co-ligand units allow for fine-tuning of the electronic structure, which eventually leads to the first observation of redox isomerism for cobalt complexes with redox-active guanidine ligands. Redox isomerism is triggered by a change in the solvent properties.


    Lukas Lohmeyer, Elisabeth Kaifer, Hans-Jörg Himmel. Solvent-Induced Redox Isomerism of Cobalt Complexes with Redox-Active Bisguanidine Ligands. Inorganic chemistry. 2022 Jun 06;61(22):8440-8454

    PMID: 35612530

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